Hi, I have been taking microgynon for 4 years, I have always remained the same weight but over the past few weeks I have gained weight my stomach looks as though I am bloated all the time, I feel sick most of the time, constantly tired, and more recently I need the toilet a lot more and my breasts feel heavier/itch.
I took a pregnancy test about 2 weeks ago in the evening which was negative. As I have taken two packs together I haven't ha a period in about 6 weeks however stopped the pack 2 days ago. I'm not sure if I should even be worried or if so, when to take another test? Please help
Not familiar with the medication your on--but your sx sound good for possible pg.. Take another test hun, and if it's negative and you've still not started--def get into see your doctor for a blood test. Some ladies don't get a + home test but find out later they are pg..
I fell pregnant in 2006 whilst on Microgynon 30. I did not forget a pill or had any antibiotics etc. unfortunately I had a mmc at 9 weeks
Not sure you have the bloating for taking 2 packs in a row. Wait for a bit and then try another test if you still haven't got a period.
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